The Boon Fly Café is named after a Carneros Pioneer whose actual, given name was Boon Fly. He had the vision to plant vineyards and orchards in the Carneros Region in the early 19th century on land that is now partially occupied by Bouchaine Vineyards. Descended from settlers of the early New England Colonies, Boon was part of the great tradition of Wagon Trains that brought many of the early families west.
This casual restaurant is part of the Carneros Inn. It was as recommendation from our hotel concierge and we were quite happy with it. The food is delicious, service is warm and it's a casual but stylish environment. The flat bread pizza was really good and the strawberry rhubarb crumble was ridiculous. I would go back!
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